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Damir Dzumhur is finishing the Season as the 30th Player in the World

first_imgGregor Dimitrov defeated Richard Gasquet in Paris and won the ATP Tournament and in that way enabled Damir Dzumhur to advance to the 30th position of the ATP list.Dimitrov achieved the result 6: 4, 6: 4, and we recall that Damir Dzumhur decided to not participate in this tournament because of his injury.This is Dzumhur’s highest ranking in his career.The best Bosnian tennis player Damir Dzumhur has the best career season behind him. He also won his first two ATP titles in 2017.(Source: Radiosarajevo.ba)last_img read more

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first_imgSt Macartan’s. Division 2 County ChampionsTHIS week in O’Donnell park Letterkenny, Bundoran primary school St Macartan’s won their 2nd County final in three years.The seasiders first played Moville and from the outset showed their intent. An early lead of two goals scored by Rachel Currid scored in the first two minutes allowed the Bundoran team relax sooner and they went on to win comfortably. 3-5 – to 0-1.Their second game was a tighter affair against Glenswilly primary school. It was Glenswilly who took the lead with an early goal against the run of play. Bundoran seemed edgy but soon found their shooting feet after a Rachel McGee point.The Glenswilly team continued to keep Bundoran backs busy but due to excellent work from full backs Anna Gavigan, Yasmin McKee, Rhona McEniff and goalkeeper Aoise McHenry, the defended everything Glenswilly through at them. Forwards Megan McEniff, Dervala Carr and others worked hard in the forward line and at the final whistle the score stood at 2-6 to 2-0 in favour of Bundoran.Glenswilly were runners-up.Glenswilly National School: Runners-UpST MACARTAN’S CROWNED COUNTY DIVISION 2 CHAMPIONS was last modified: June 14th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ST MACARTAN’S CROWNED COUNTY DIVISION 2 CHAMPIONSlast_img read more

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Compulsory national service for travel agents

first_imgSource = roomsxml.com roomsXML – More Suppliers, Hot Deals www.roomsxml.com learn more about roomsXML.com here Compulsory national service for travel agents“Want to separate yourself out from the crowd? Give something of yourself to the places that give so much to you.”My first glimpse of national service came in 2002 at the Solar eclipse festival, 1200 km away in Lyndhurst, South Australia. Amongst a plethora of global travellers in the world’s biggest air-conditioned tent was a young Israeli who explained that upon coming-of-age, everyone was expected to give a year of their life to the country.The noble causeWhether or not you believe in service, wars and armies, there is a nobility to giving part of one’s life to one’s country. In its purest sense, it’s giving something back to that which gave something to you; a life, an opportunity, the ability to live or make a living.Like the world does for travel agents.Deriving your incomeIt might be Flight Centre, Helloworld, Travelmanagers, MTA or Travel Counsellors who pay your wage, but they are not your work place.  Our workplace is the world; our ability to know of it, to work with it and at times, exploit it, is where we make a living.Take away the world and its diversity and the never-ending parade of famil’s, promotions and kickbacks become pointless . After all, where would we send people without the diversity?They’d just stay at home and play on their phones.Giving something backI propose that every year, travel agents should do the equivalent of national service.If a location helps us to make a living, we should help the living in that location. If we want to have what can be an amazing lifestyle in travel, we should give something back to those that help us feed our own.It could be as poor as just a donation of cash or so much more and be a donation of time and a little bit of you. In doing so, we might just learn more about the places that we send our customers to. Help build a school, deliver some medicines, sweep a street, impart some knowledge to improve the life of someone else.The machines can’t do thatWe talk about machines, but what we are really talking about is an insane concentration of wealth, the very thing that so many customers of the online websites pretend that they are fighting against. Want to separate yourself out from the crowd?Give something of yourself to the places that give so much to you.Take that story and tell it to your customers. The telling of the story will separate you from the machines.Go old school, the narrativeElders once sat around fires and told stories. In my nearly 2 decades of working with technology, the most successful projects are those that come with narrative.The authentic story is one you live yourself. Machines can’t give. People do. Give and earn your story.Want to see yourself apart in your travel career ? Give something back and in turn, you will get a whole lot more to give.last_img read more

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